A very finely rendered example of ‘The Quaker and Cow’ pattern painted here en grisaille so meticulously that one would think it a transfer print, this charming Chinese export porcelain tea bowl was made for the American market, several services of this pattern with a history of descent in Philadelphia families, the design purportedly originating from an original watercolor by Mary Hollingsworth-Morris. Measuring 3 1/2″ in diameter and in very good condition. Illustrated in Schiffer’s China for America, pages 172-173. Circa 1810.